Diaz-infante/st.chaos/bohol | The Long Await Between Collasped Lungs

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The Long Await Between Collasped Lungs

by Diaz-infante/st.chaos/bohol

San Francisco artist Ernesto Diaz-Infante meets Texas-based noisicians Pablo St. Chaos (p.d. wilder) and Bohol for an otherworldly set of guitar trios. "Together they create a mood of experimental psychedelia" Francois Couture, All Music Guide
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1. Slow in the Unday
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2. Sunlight Fixed, Folded
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3. Death Valley; Restless, Tired
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4. La Cosa Pasada En La Noche
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5. Still Endless & Drawn Out Toward You
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6. Sans Division
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7. Amor Fati
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instrumentation:
guitars; prepared, acoustic & electric; vocals
lo-bango sound, texas; the lower the fi, the better.
www.lo-bango.com


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amazing...
The best noise/experimental album of the year, regardless of what may try to take it's place later in the year. The urgency is amazing, leaps into your mind/soul, making you deal with the isolation & knowledge of the ever looming death. This album pushes you to conquer your fears and forces you to try new and great things.

François Couture, All Music Guide

Together they create a mood of experimental psychedelia with touches of alternat
This is a cozy session of guitar free improvisation, avant folk style. San Francisco artist Ernesto Diaz-Infante meets the Texas-based noisicians Pablo St. Chaos and Bohol for an otherworldly set of guitar trios. Acoustic, electric, and prepared, the instruments are used in various ways, from setting up folkish strumming backgrounds to providing an eerie layer of bottleneck melodies or evoking the ancient koto (a Japanese string instrument). The detuned twangs of the slide guitar (unless it's a tabletop model à la Fred Frith) and the repetitive strumming form a strange alliance. Together they create a mood of experimental psychedelia with touches of alternative folk, lo-fi, shoegazing, or whatever you want to call it (but definitely not post-rock). This impression is reinforced whenever Diaz-Infante breaks into song. His monotone voice is mixed low in "La Cosa Pasada en la Noche" and "Sans Division," sounding completely blissed out. "Still Endless & Drawn Out Toward You" gives the most satisfying moments, despite its extended duration. Here the three guitars really come together, the prepared one bringing strange click-clacks to the sound palette. "Sans Division" is very disquieting, mostly because the slide's infernal racket makes it sound like a tape playing in a faulty deck. The Long Await Between Collasped Lungs [sic] is not an easy listen despite its laid-back tunes. Actually, it becomes highly unsettling exactly because of that.